Endrendrum Punnagai Movie Review


Ever since his mother left his father (Nasser) for some relationship, Gautham (Jiiva) strongly stands against the women and marriage in his life. Very much shocked by his father’s gesture of remarriage, Gautham completely avoids any communication with him. His world is about two childhood friends Sri (Vinay) and Baby (Santhanam). He asks them to swear that they wouldn’t get married, but they break the promise. Meanwhile Gautham comes across Priya (Trisha). He doesn’t either respect or treat her well. Due to the separation of his friends, he slightly gets attracted to her. But again, his ego becomes a major hurdle in their relationship and it hurts her badly. Finally, does Gautham come out of his ego or still remain the same forms crux of the story.

Usually, Jiiva takes a cakewalk with such roles where his aversion towards women are evident. Especially, in the scenes where he maintains his distance with Trisha and Andrea Jeremiah. The love scenes between Jiiva and Trisha are like fresh blossoms of flowers. Trisha’s emotional blow with Jiiva’s word at Chennai airport is the best of all her performance. Andrea Jeremiah as a grey-shade character is perfect to the role. For a while, Santhanam had kept us disappointed and he is back with a bang in this movie. Both Santhanam and Vinay tickle our funny bones. Nasser’s pathos without taking to his son for 15 years has been very well expressed.

After a long time, Harris Jayaraj has done some good job after a very long time and Mathi’s cinematography for the entire film and song shot in Switzerland… Although there are some little sluggish moments, the film is full of fun, love and pleasant entertainment and director Ahmad has done it with freshness.

Verdict: Enjoy the entertainment

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